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Washington Post Business
Mar 28, 2020

‘Pajama entertainment' is the newest cultural shift of the coronavirus era
With states having closed down businesses and advised against big gatherings, large-scale film and television production has come to halt, leaving purveyors of entertainment to find fresh ways both to create and distribute their work.

Washington Post Business
Mar 28, 2020

Business on top, pajamas underneath: Walmart is selling work shirts, but not so many pants
It's another subtle culture change because of the novel coronavirus.

Washington Post Business
Mar 28, 2020

For Introverts, Quarantine Can Be a Liberation
The pandemic is also a time-out from our usual extrovert-dominated culture. We should make the best of that.

Washington Post Business
Mar 28, 2020

Netflix Watches as Instagram Unites a Quarantined World
But maybe someday apps like Netflix will provide human connection, too.

Washington Post Business
Mar 28, 2020

No money for rent or mortgage? Here's what to do.
Unlike 2008, financial institutions are promising to aid people through the coronavirus recession — but it's not automatic. Here's what you need to do.

Washington Post Business
Mar 28, 2020

Stock markets drop sharply, snapping three-day winning streak
The sell-off offers a stinging reminder that the government's $2 trillion rescue package won't blunt investor anxiety just yet.

Washington Post Business
Mar 28, 2020

The latest sign the recession is intensifying: White-collar workers are being laid off now
Service sector jobs got slammed early in the coronavirus crisis, now it's tech, legal and other professionals reporting layoffs, pay cuts and furloughs.

Washington Post Business
Mar 28, 2020

Trump takes immediate step to try to curb new inspector general's autonomy, as battle over stimulus oversight begins
In a White House signing statement, Trump called "unreasonable" the broad investigative authority given to a new inspector general office.

Washington Post Business
Mar 28, 2020

While the Bay Area shelters in place, construction on mansions and luxury condos continues
Multi-million dollar mansions, high-rise waterfront condos, a stately Victorian — all deemed "essential" under public health orders in San Francisco and Silicon Valley

Washington Post Business
Mar 28, 2020

Why Disease and Xenophobia Go Hand in Hand
The increasing speed of international travel enabled epidemics to spread, and made it easier to irrationally blame foreign groups.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

The Law Trump Can Use to Order More Ventilators
President Donald Trump has a law at his disposal that can speed up production of items needed by hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic. After dusting off the Defense Production Act, he expressed reluctance to use it before doing so.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

So you want to be a gamer. Here's how you can start.
Want to get into gaming during your quarantine? Here's the best way to start.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Surviving the Airline Wipeout Isn't About Balance Sheets
In a crisis, what matters are connections to governments and wealthy patrons.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Instacart's workers will strike for safety protections and hazard pay. A lifeline of groceries could be caught in the middle.
Instacart workers who deliver groceries announced a strike demanding covid-19 protections, a better default tip and hazard pay.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Boris Johnson Is Ready for His Extreme WFH Close-Up
Running countries via video-conference is new in world affairs. It would be wrong to assume that the transition will be smooth.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Calculate how much you'll get from the $1,200 (or more) coronavirus checks
Over 80 percent of American adults will receive a payment, according to an initial estimate.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Amazon presses on with cloud lawsuit despite Pentagon's walk-back
The Defense Department has asked that the case be remanded back to it after a judge in the Court of Federal Claims found it had made an evaluation mistake when it awarded a sought-after defense contract to Microsoft. Amazon is fighting the order asking that all of its allegations be evaluated.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Fed rate cut delivers more financial pain for retirees and other savers
Interest rates were puny even before coronavirus. Now things are about to become worse.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Firms rush to make at-home tests for coronavirus
Companies that rushed to sell home tests are pulling back after an FDA warning.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

U.S. stock markets drop sharply, snapping three-day winning streak
The sell-off offers a stinging reminder that the government's $2 trillion rescue package won't blunt investor anxiety just yet.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Understand the loan terms when applying for a mortgage
Experts advise buyers to do extensive homework on financing, credit and possible pitfalls

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Want to Escape a Lockdown? Try Sweden
Do you trust millions of your fellow citizens to do the right thing in a pandemic?

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

The Technology 202: Here's how tech is keeping us sane while we stay home
We're using video games, podcasts and videoconferences for just about everything to stay busy and connected.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

The Law Trump Could Use to Order More Ventilators
President Donald Trump has a law at his disposal that could speed up production of items needed by hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic. Though he's dusted off the Defense Production Act, he's expressed reluctance to use it, despite calls from governors facing critical shortages.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Delta workers to receive profit-sharing payouts worth 2 months' pay
Employees are set to receive $1.6 billion in cash payouts, Delta's largest employee profit-sharing pool on record and one that handily tops what many other companies offer their employees

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Can I Get It? What's Known About Virus Transmission
Officials of the World Health Organization say it's now clear how the new coronavirus that causes Covid-19 spreads, at least in most cases: via virus-containing droplets emitted when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Pinpointing where, when and how the virus transmits is key to formulating the most effective ways to protect people and stop the pandemic. Here's an explanation of the main route of contagion and other pathways under investigation.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

It's Time to Start Testing Coronavirus Immunity
Antibody tests can be faster, easy to administer and easy to scale.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Junk Bonds Need a Little Love Too
Non-investment grade companies don't get protection from the ECB, but they employ people too and will be crucial to Europe's recovery.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Kalorama house was a Red Scare survivor
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | A bomb exploded outside it in a 1919 attack on the U.S. attorney general.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

So You're Working Remotely. What's the Best Way?
With the spread of the novel coronavirus shuttering offices around the globe, most white-collar workers -- including the normally office-bound, stock-and-bond-trading types -- are getting a crash course on the pitfalls (and benefits) of working from home. The debate over whether employees perform better or worse when they work from the spare bedroom than from a cubicle has been raging for as long as technology has allowed people to do it. As with open offices and standing desks, everyone has an

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Overwatch League teams face a reset after pandemic spoils its grand plans
The league has been forced to return to its roots online, dealing a blow to teams' ability to test the viability of the OWL's local event model.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Putting the pieces together toward decorating your first home
Keep an eye on scale, space and make use of what you already own

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

The dealmaker's dealmaker: Mnuchin steps in as Trump's negotiator, but president's doubts linger with economy in crisis
The bill the treasury secretary helped forge faces a critical test: Can his economic rescue plan quickly stabilize an economy headed toward calamity?

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Oscar-winning ‘Hair Love' director calls attention to efforts to ban race-based hair discrimination
The CROWN Act, banning race-based discrimination hair discrimination, is being considered or has become law in at least 25 states.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Mortgage industry seeks billions in federal help as homeowners stop paying their loans
Their pleas for help have been met with skepticism from groups that have long called for tougher industry oversight. One of the largest non-bank mortgage companies reported $2 billion in revenue last year.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

As they rush to save lives, health care workers are updating their own wills and funeral plans
The coronavirus crisis has forced those at the front lines of treatment to confront their own mortality.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

‘I feel like a criminal': Hair stylists, trainers and nail techs risk it all with house calls as coronavirus lockdown intensifies
Some are defying stay-at-home orders because they have no other way to pay the bills. Some are just trying to be of use to others amid the crisis.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Eight unconventional ways to measure the coronavirus shutdown
These charts illustrate how intense and wide-ranging the effects of social distancing can be.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

U.S. markets sharply turn after three straight days of gains
The selloff offers a stinging reminder that the government's $2.2 trillion rescue package won't blunt investor anxiety just yet.

Washington Post Business
Mar 27, 2020

Why the coronavirus pandemic is a test Facebook can't afford to fail
As use of the social media giant's services surge, it could prove to be a moment of redemption for chief executive Mark Zuckerberg.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

With Everyone Working From Home, Go Easy on Netflix
Now that everyone in the family is connected from home all day long, there are several personal digital hygiene tips to follow.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Why Billions in Bonds Now Trade Like ‘Fallen Angels'
Being a fallen angel is not a good thing, whether in the Bible or the bond market. For investors, a fallen angel is a company that has lost its investment-grade debt ratings -- a fall that can have costly consequences. The ranks of that category may be about to get far more crowded, as new economic woes push nearly $1 trillion of debt owed by companies that are currently barely above that level closer to the line. The market has already made up its mind on roughly a third of that, trading the bo

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Who Will Pay the Car Industry's Bills This Time?
It's looking a lot like pre-2008 all over again, with a much bigger crisis coming.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

When and How Will I Get That $1,200 Stimulus Payment?
At the center of the U.S. Congress's $2 trillion economic stimulus package in response to the coronavirus pandemic are direct payments that will put money in the wallets of most Americans.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Suddenly Nextdoor is filled with kind neighbors. But also new kinds of shaming.
The social network for neighbors, Nextdoor, is seeing an influx of helpful offers during the coronavirus outbreak, but still has its classic, less kind posts.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

The Technology 202: State and local governments are asking technologists to aid coronavirus response
They are needed to improve testing infrastructure and remote access to unemployment services.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

The Washington area housing market in 2019: It was on strong footing but uncertainty lies ahead
Modest price gains amid low inventory and mortgage rates, but impact of pandemic looms

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Things must be bad. Waffle Houses are closing.
Sales are down 70 percent at the eatery that never seems to close, and its namesake index is red - a first involving a non-weather disaster.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Trump keeps touting an unproven coronavirus treatment. It's now being tested on thousands in New York.
The massive push to test new treatments for seriously ill coronavirus patients follows Trump's declaration he has a "good feeling" about the drugs, despite their unproven efficacy.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Flushable wipes are terrible for plumbing
ASK THE BUILDER | These wipes are ticking time bombs in your drainpipes and sewer.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Distinguished homes for sale in the D.C. region
The Washington Post's picks of distinguished local homes on the market.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

For Once, Monoprix's Owner Has Something Right
The debt-laden French supermarket group's Parisian stores and online presence are perfect for serving customers in the coronavirus crisis. But investor's shouldn't lose sight of the long-term risks.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Goldman Sachs CEO says it won't take a company public without diversity on its board
The new policy starts this summer, and will increase to two directors in 2021.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Gouged prices, middlemen and medical supply chaos: Why governors are so upset with Trump
Faced with a rapidly spreading virus, health authorities say they have few options but to rely on a for-profit class of largely unknown middlemen. But the frenzy is also helping drive up costs and forcing already strained hospital leaders to vet suppliers for counterfeits and scams.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Health care workers are updating their own wills and funeral plans
The coronavirus crisis has forced those at the front lines of treatment to confront their own mortality.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Here's what you need to know to get a federal disaster relief business loan
The Small Business Administration can loan up to $2 million to businesses in the U.S. that can't pay their bills due to the impact of the coronavirus. Here's what you need to know to apply.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

House leaders look to expedite $2.2 trillion relief package but face possibility that one GOP lawmaker may delay passage
Lawmakers acted with unusual speed and cooperation to produce the largest economic rescue package in U.S. history.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

How Johnson & Johnson companies used a 'super poppy' to make narcotics for America's most abused opioid pills
Johnson & Johnson, a company more widely known for baby powder and Band-Aids, became a major supplier of narcotic raw materials to the U.S. thanks to a Tasmanian breed of poppies.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

‘Coronabonds' Could Bail Europe Out, Tie It Together
Like every other part of the world, Europe is facing an economic crisis, unleashed by a global pandemic. What's unique in the region is how the crisis has led to a renewed push for a never-before-tried financial tool -- now aptly renamed "coronabonds." While politically divisive, these pooled debt securities could help overcome one of the biggest hurdles faced by the European Union: how to drive more financial integration and risk-sharing across the continent.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

A record 3.3 million Americans filed for jobless benefits
Last week saw the biggest jump in the new jobless claims in history. U.S. stocks rose as Wall Street cheered the Senate's passage of a $2.2 trillion stimulus plan.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Boeing's crisis is largely of its own making
Giving Boeing a bailout in the coronavirus crisis rewards a company with a long history of acting in the interest of its directors and shareholders, not the public.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Mortgage rates head back down as Federal Reserve becomes major buyer of mortgage-backed securities
As the 30-year fixed-rate average tumbled to 3.5 percent this week, it is becoming more challenging to lock in a rate with a lender.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

It was the worst week for the economy in decades. The pain is just beginning.
‘It's making me go into a depression,' said LaTonua Bowens, a laid off cook. ‘I'm worried if I'm going to still have a job.'

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Local co-op in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a huge disappointment
The new life simulation game has great online multiplayer, but lackluster co-op distracts from the experience.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Cruise lines, early source of coronavirus infections, out of bailout package
The industry's trade group, the Cruise Lines International Association, acknowledged Thursday that the major cruise lines weren't included in the package, despite meeting with Vice President Mike Pence and a phone call from Micky Arison, chairman of the Carnival Corp., to President Trump.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

How the Stock Buyback Bazooka Has Been Silenced by Virus
The effort to shore up U.S. businesses battered by the coronavirus pandemic has brought new attention to the single biggest investment most big companies have made over the past decade: their own stock. The defenders of share buybacks say it's often the most efficient use of capital. Critics say it has left firms vulnerable to the kind of shock the virus has produced. Either way, it's been a vital support for equities -- but one that will probably be sharply curtailed for a while, for both econo

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Stocks roar, with Dow spiking 1,300 points, after Senate passes $2 trillion stimulus bill
The Dow is on pace for one of its best weeks ever, surging more than 20 percent in three days.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Stress-baking and hoarding has led to a retail egg shortage. There are eggs in the pipeline, but maybe not enough.
Facebook and Instagram show Americans baking their stress into submission. Can American laying hens support the uptick in egg demand?

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Stuck at home with an Xbox or PC? Here are the best Game Pass titles available now
If you've found yourself with extra time on your hands, there's no better deal than Game Pass.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

SoftBank's Fight With Moody's Won't Be the Last
A sharp cut to the tech group's credit rating had the company fuming. There's a lot of emotion in downgrades — we're going to see more.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Stock markets poised to drop despite Senate passage of $2 trillion stimulus bill
Red arrows are flashing after a two-day rally that lifted the Dow more than 14 percent.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Suddenly Nextdoor is filled with kind neighbors. And new kinds of shaming.
The social network for neighbors is seeing an influx of helpful offers during the pandemic but still has its classic, less kind posts.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

My employer is denying routine remote working requests
Our employer is demanding that we provide medical documentation proving that we're at high risk before allowing us to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

New Yelp data shows how the coronavirus is changing people's behavior
There's no bowling in the apocalypse.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

A record 3.3 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits as the coronavirus slams economy
Last week was likely the beginning of a massive spike in unemployment that could result in over 40 million Americans losing their jobs by April.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

Bravado, dread and denial as oil-price collapse hits the American fracking heartland
There is no one voice, one narrative, that speaks for the Bakken oil region of North Dakota. Some there are optimistic, some pessimistic, some whistling in the dark. Everyone understands a storm is coming, but how ferocious will it be and how tenacious will they be? A week of phone conversations revealed a mixture of strong nerves, bravado, anxiety, dread - and sometimes a pretty good sense of humor.

Washington Post Business
Mar 26, 2020

The Postal Service was in trouble before covid-19. Now it's fighting for its life.
Because of the coronavirus crisis, the U.S. Postal Service will not survive the summer without immediate assistance, members of Congress say.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Why a Texas Oil Regulator Could Play the Role of OPEC
Oddly named and highly powerful, the Texas Railroad Commission is weighing whether the state should curb crude production for the first time in almost half a century. At issue is one of the worst price collapses in decades, which has left the Texas oil and gas industry in tatters. Unusual for a state-level agency, the commission suddenly finds itself integral to national and even international energy policy.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Why BlackRock Has a Role in the Fed Bond-Buying Spree: QuickTake
As part of its whatever-it-takes effort to reduce the economic pain from the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Federal Reserve enlisted BlackRock Inc. to direct three of its bond-buying programs. It's not the first time the government has partnered with the asset-management behemoth, which under the arrangement could buy some of its own funds on behalf of the central bank.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Are ‘Coronabonds' the Solution to Europe's Debt Woes?: QuickTake
Europe is facing an economic crisis, the result of a pathogen that's unleashed a global pandemic. That's led to a renewed push for a never-before-tried financial tool -- now aptly renamed "coronabonds." While politically divisive, these pooled debt securities could help overcome one of the biggest hurdles faced by the European Union: how to promote financial integration and risk-sharing across the continent.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Disrupting the political landscape, one donation at a time
Christopher Tavlarides is intent on transforming Prytany and Crowdpac platforms into the "Venmo of politics."

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Employers are adding high-tech solutions to solve a low-tech problem: Getting more sleep
Some employers are shifting from simply talking about better sleep — or giving employees tools to track it — to helping them with what to do about it.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

The Dollar Crunch Is Europe's Gift to Asia
The last crisis shook up banking in the region. So could this one.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

The $2 trillion relief bill is massive but it won't prevent a recession
A $2 trillion relief package for the U.S. economy -- the biggest in history -- likely won't be enough.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Senate aid package quietly carves out billions intended for Boeing, officials say
The legislation provides funding for "businesses critical to maintaining national security," a provision largely aimed at helping Boeing, two officials said.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Senate rushes to approve $2.2 trillion coronavirus bill after landmark agreement with White House
The mammoth bill, which aims to soothe the reeling economy, came together after days of tense negotiations.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus in an apartment community
Some communities are launching Facebook Live events and other digital experiences to help residents connect with one another while social distancing.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Olympic postponement lays a body blow on an unsuspecting target: NBC streaming service Peacock
NBC had timed the launch of its streaming service with the Olympics.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Is Vince McMahon Ready to Tap Out?
As the wrestling overlord sells shares in the beleaguered WWE, buyers may circle.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Dow swells nearly 500 points as Wall Street stretches stock rally into second day
The stimulus bill breakthrough revitalized Wall Street one day after powering the blue-chip index to its best finish since 1933.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

How the Fed's Swap Lines Aim at Dollar Funding Stress
A global run on the U.S. dollar triggered by the coronavirus pandemic is once again prompting the Federal Reserve to step in as the lender of last resort for investors and companies scrambling for dollars. The Fed enhanced the existing dollar-liquidity swaps it offers foreign central banks and established new ones as part of sweeping emergency measures unleashed to ease a shortage of greenbacks. The idea is to help companies seeking to either raise cash or repay loans and alleviate pressure on c

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Bravado, dread and denial as oil-price collapse hits fracking area
Everyone understands a storm is coming, but how ferocious will it be and how tenacious will they be?

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Congress to bail out firms that avoided taxes, safety regulations and spent billions boosting their stock
Some of the companies now poised to benefit from taxpayer aid have employed tactics in recent years that spent billions to boost their stock prices. Others, such as some coal mining companies, have eschewed health and safety regulations. Cruise ship companies avoided paying U.S. taxes by placing their headquarters in other countries.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Conservatives gutted the social safety net. Now they're embracing it.
"It's a very different thing in an emergency," said an architect of the 1996 federal welfare overhaul.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Bored, Isolated Citizens Are a Win for Facebook
Ad revenue will decline in the short term, but the company stands to gain active users in the long run.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Amazon workers test positive for covid-19 at 10 U.S. warehouses
The spike in positive tests for the disease caused by the coronavirus comes as the e-commerce giant races to hire 100,000 workers to meet the massive demand from shoppers staying home to slow the outbreak's spread.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Where We Live | Williamsburg Square/Ashton Place in Germantown, Md.
The townhouse community is a place for families to buy their first home.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

The Technology 202: Social networks want you to stay home -- and to tell your friends to do the same
Zenly has a new leaderboard, Instagram is promoting a Stay Home sticker and Foursquare Swarm is making major changes.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

What to Know About Recessions, as Virus Threatens One
With the sudden cessation of economic activity across the globe, talk about the next recession has shifted -- from whether and when, to how long and how bad. The coronavirus pandemic has stifled travel, shuttered businesses, canceled sports events and sent stock markets into freefall. Life-saving containment measures have sharply curbed economic output, providing a shock many believe will trigger a global downturn.

Washington Post Business
Mar 25, 2020

Wall Street stages massive rally as coronavirus stimulus hopes grow
U.S. stocks are on pace for one of their best days ever, with the Dow soaring more than 11 percent.

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